With 100% placements, Goa Institute of Management sets record of a top international offer of 60.4 LPA

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100% placements, Goa Institute of Management sets record
The average CTC for the PGDM programme increased by 20% from the previous year in the Goa Institute of Management.

The Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programmes and the Big Data Analytics programme at the Goa Institute of Management just finished their final placements for the class of 2021-23. The GIM’s flagship PGDM programme saw a 100% placement rate which is the highest international award, worth Rs 60.4 lakh annually, went to two students.

The top employers for PGDMs included Microsoft, which offered positions in programme management. Other employers included Bain & Co., Reliance Industries, CRIF, and one of the pioneers in fin-tech, D E Shaw, who also offered consulting, analytics, and management trainee positions.

The average CTC for the programme has increased 20% from the previous year. The average CTC was Rs 14.6 LPA, and the maximum CTC was Rs 55 lakh per annum (LPA).

By partnering with new recruiters including behemoths like Amazon, HDFC, Flipkart, CRIF, Lowe’s Inc., and the Trident Group, the institute’s Big Data Analytics (BDA) programme has also achieved 100% placements. Recruitment took undertaken in the FMCG and IT industries, among others, for positions including business analyst, data scientist, data architect, cloud data architect, market research analyst, and product manager.

The BDA program’s maximum CTC was Rs 40.2 LPA, and students were given an average CTC of Rs 17.2 LPA. The newest Banking and Financial Services programme that the Institute offers has also achieved 100% placement for the Batch of 2021–23, with the highest placement offer coming in at Rs. 27 lakh per year and the average CTC coming in at Rs. 14.3 lakh.

The program’s ongoing placements for healthcare management are also getting closer to being finished. The highest domestic offer was for Rs 29.13 lakh per year from Johnson & Johnson, and the highest overseas offer was for Rs 60.4 lakh per year for two students from Shalina Healthcare.

The future of leadership is being prepared, and GIM aims to give it the skills and qualities it needs to take on new social and corporate issues around the world. I truly appreciate the recruiters who put their faith in GIM’s human resources and helped us achieve greater heights once more, Goa Institute of Management director Ajit Parulekar stated.

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